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Data.Census.gov is the new platform for data from Census Bureau. (American FactFinder was retired in March, 2020.)
Although this is a wonderful resource, because so much is there, expect to spend some time figuring it out. Therefore, below are links to the websites for individual surveys from the Census Bureau.
From the Census Bureau; not published after 2011.
Production and shipment statistics on selected products. Most of these series only go back to the late 1980's or early 1990's online, but farther back in time in print.
(Ted Bos, University of Alabama at Birmingham). START HERE: the search function on this site is great. Unfortunately, data provenance and downloading require a paid subscription ... But this site is very helpful for finding out what's "out there".
From the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN. Contains international time-series statistics on food; e.g. production, fertilizer and pesticides, land use, forest and fishery products, and agricultural machinery.
"... provides multiple datasets with annual and infra-annual labour market statistics for over 100 indicators and 230 countries, areas and territories." The time series are not long (some only go back a few years), and there is no data available for some countries and some variables, but still, it's a valuable resource.
From the ITU (International Telecommunication Union, a United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies – ICTs).
See also their ICT-Eye website, where you can customize charts/graphs for more recent data.
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